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Return Flights from London to Hong Kong from £392.02pp @ Cathay Pacific (Flash Sale - Tokyo from £499 & Others)

£392.02 @ Cathay Pacific
Cathay Pacific have a Flash Sale on Return Flights to various Destinations inc London to Hong Kong from just £392.02pp (says £399 on link) ie Departing 16th November, Returning either 23rd, 25th or … Read More
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Cathay Pacific have a Flash Sale on Return Flights to various Destinations inc London to Hong Kong from just £392.02pp (says £399 on link) ie
Departing 16th November, Returning either 23rd, 25th or 26th November £392.02pp

You have to book by midnight 14th Sept (not long sadly) for upto 6 passengers (excluding infants) for travel between the following dates, you must include a Sunday in the travel period & you can stay for a max of 3 mths in Hong Kong (other destinations have different criteria, check on site)
Departure period
01 Nov - 07 Dec 2016
29 Dec 2016 - 31 Mar 2017
17 Apr - 31 May 2017

Other destinations include;

London - Denpasar (Bali) from £429

London - Phuket from £429

London - Manila from £429

London - Ho Chi Minh City £429

London - Kota Kinabalu £429

London - Shanghai £429

London from £439

Beijing, Guilin, Shanghai, Chengdu

London From £469

Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Phuket, Hanoi, Manila, Bangkok,

London for £499

Tokyo, Seoul, Nagoya, Busan

Perth from £569 & lots more
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gary_rip
When I flew earlier this year it was "free" to have a long layover in Hong Kong on route to other destinations. took advantage of it and spent three days in the Kong. Well worth doing.

No one calls it "the Kong"
5 Likes
max1s
Absolute bargain - paid c£750 for 1 adult and 2 children next Easter. However, stupid me, put my OH married name instead of her maiden name on the ticket. Can it be changed or is my bargain no longer a bargain?


Might be cheaper to change her passport!

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1 Like #1
flights booked through STA cathay pacific 345 return
2 Likes #2
When I flew earlier this year it was "free" to have a long layover in Hong Kong on route to other destinations. took advantage of it and spent three days in the Kong. Well worth doing.
#3
Going direct to book tickets with an airline is more expensive and than online travel agents in most cases ie, skyscanner. Can an insider please explain this?
2 Likes #4
Tip.

Press the call bell in the middle of the night when everyone is sleeping and ask for a Cup Noodle. :p
#5
kingchris
Tip.

Press the call bell in the middle of the night when everyone is sleeping and ask for a Cup Noodle. :p


that's normal :p
#6
walsall123
Going direct to book tickets with an airline is more expensive and than online travel agents in most cases ie, skyscanner. Can an insider please explain this?

The agents get bulk or charter rates.
#7
kingchris
Tip.
Press the call bell in the middle of the night when everyone is sleeping and ask for a Cup Noodle. :p

As yes, the Hong Kong route! :D
#8
Took advantage of the £280 direct flights to Hong Kong earlier this year posted via Holiday Pirates. However this is not a bad price.
#9
To add this was with Virgin Airways.
#10
Seems cheaper still to just book through a travel agent found through somewhere like Skyscanner or momondo. Why book using this link, direct with the airline?
#11
walsall123
Going direct to book tickets with an airline is more expensive and than online travel agents in most cases ie, skyscanner. Can an insider please explain this?

Usually in the case of legacy carriers this is because they have leisure travel focused rates only available to travel agents, based on a minimum number of nights stay / stays over Saturday night. Generally they should only be used in conjunction with hotel stays as part of package, but many online travel agents circumvent the rules to sell as flight only at a discount to the rate found going direct.

These rates are not usually found with low-cost carriers, therefore if you are finding slightly cheaper headline rates by not going direct, these are often offset with hidden higher credit card / checked luggage / amendment charges and they make their money back through a higher overall cost once these things are considered.
34 Likes #12
gary_rip
When I flew earlier this year it was "free" to have a long layover in Hong Kong on route to other destinations. took advantage of it and spent three days in the Kong. Well worth doing.

No one calls it "the Kong"
#13
Absolute bargain - paid c£750 for 1 adult and 2 children next Easter. However, stupid me, put my OH married name instead of her maiden name on the ticket. Can it be changed or is my bargain no longer a bargain?
5 Likes #14
max1s
Absolute bargain - paid c£750 for 1 adult and 2 children next Easter. However, stupid me, put my OH married name instead of her maiden name on the ticket. Can it be changed or is my bargain no longer a bargain?


Might be cheaper to change her passport!
2 Likes #15
Wus
gary_rip
When I flew earlier this year it was "free" to have a long layover in Hong Kong on route to other destinations. took advantage of it and spent three days in the Kong. Well worth doing.
No one calls it "the Kong"
Just happened. So your statement is simply not true.
1 Like #16
I don't see this as a deal or sale at all, go on a flight website and you you can easily find these prices or better, unless this is for people who specifically want to fly with this airline?
#17
jumpinoffthbed
I don't see this as a deal or sale at all, go on a flight website and you you can easily find these prices or better, unless this is for people who specifically want to fly with this airline?

Direct to Japan for 499? I dont think so..
#18
Never flown with them....anyone can let me know how they compare with Eva and Thai Airways?
Economy.
4 Likes #19
clashpie
Never flown with them....anyone can let me know how they compare with Eva and Thai Airways?
Economy.
Cathay is superior to either.
#20
skyblueox
walsall123
Going direct to book tickets with an airline is more expensive and than online travel agents in most cases ie, skyscanner. Can an insider please explain this?

Usually in the case of legacy carriers this is because they have leisure travel focused rates only available to travel agents, based on a minimum number of nights stay / stays over Saturday night. Generally they should only be used in conjunction with hotel stays as part of package, but many online travel agents circumvent the rules to sell as flight only at a discount to the rate found going direct.

These rates are not usually found with low-cost carriers, therefore if you are finding slightly cheaper headline rates by not going direct, these are often offset with hidden higher credit card / checked luggage / amendment charges and they make their money back through a higher overall cost once these things are considered.


The overall cost of going via a discounter is usually considerably cheaper than booking direct. Maybe you only get 20kg in economy instead of 23kg booking direct with some airlines and amendment fees may be high but if you stick to your booked dates as 95% will then there is usually a large saving.
#21
sydney871
To add this was with Virgin Airways.

Still irrelevant now though really.. (And i'm not trolling)
#22
Great price, we booked a couple of months ago during Chineese new year and have paid £425 (all in), no plans to cancel mine though :-)
#23
cold - London
1 Like #24
Parallax
clashpie
Never flown with them....anyone can let me know how they compare with Eva and Thai Airways?
Economy.
Cathay is superior to either.
Second that!
#25
onlineo
skyblueox
walsall123
Going direct to book tickets with an airline is more expensive and than online travel agents in most cases ie, skyscanner. Can an insider please explain this?
Usually in the case of legacy carriers this is because they have leisure travel focused rates only available to travel agents, based on a minimum number of nights stay / stays over Saturday night. Generally they should only be used in conjunction with hotel stays as part of package, but many online travel agents circumvent the rules to sell as flight only at a discount to the rate found going direct.
These rates are not usually found with low-cost carriers, therefore if you are finding slightly cheaper headline rates by not going direct, these are often offset with hidden higher credit card / checked luggage / amendment charges and they make their money back through a higher overall cost once these things are considered.
The overall cost of going via a discounter is usually considerably cheaper than booking direct. Maybe you only get 20kg in economy instead of 23kg booking direct with some airlines and amendment fees may be high but if you stick to your booked dates as 95% will then there is usually a large saving.
Though not advertised on CX's UK website, they are increasing luggage allowance by 10kg in all classes from 15/09. Suspect prices will increase too after this flash sale. That said, lugging 30kg in a single suitcase is pretty tough going....
#26
max1s
Absolute bargain - paid c£750 for 1 adult and 2 children next Easter. However, stupid me, put my OH married name instead of her maiden name on the ticket. Can it be changed or is my bargain no longer a bargain?

Checkout wowcher. They have a deedpoll on at the moment for £12. You could get that and change your name easier than the flight and not cost a fortune.
#27
Hukr
max1s
Absolute bargain - paid c£750 for 1 adult and 2 children next Easter. However, stupid me, put my OH married name instead of her maiden name on the ticket. Can it be changed or is my bargain no longer a bargain?
Checkout wowcher. They have a deedpoll on at the moment for £12. You could get that and change your name easier than the flight and not cost a fortune.
Thanks, but it would necessitate a change of passport which will be £80... If both the agent and airline charge for the change, passport route might be the best option...
#28
I found Cathay Pacific an excellent airline last year. Friendly staff and modern planes. I'd love to take one of these flights but saving my leave for New Zealand in Jan.
#29
We're going Thailand next month and departing from Vietnam and this price is damned expensive!!
#30
TY OP! Was planning to go HK next year, since gf needed to enter to keep her HK passport validated.

tyty!
1 Like #31
GujSehambi
We're going Thailand next month and departing from Vietnam and this price is damned expensive!!

That's because you're travelling closer ! :)

Lucky you!
#32
Wus
gary_rip
When I flew earlier this year it was "free" to have a long layover in Hong Kong on route to other destinations. took advantage of it and spent three days in the Kong. Well worth doing.
No one calls it "the Kong"

That's true.. I've know people to call King King। , the Kong... But even that was one person back in the 80's

Anyway, I'll get my coat..
#33
GujSehambi
We're going Thailand next month and departing from Vietnam and this price is damned expensive!!

You're not the most intelligent of trolls, I must admit ..

I'll get my coat..
#34
Ok, just checked the same flight for the dates posted. Still damned expensive :D
#35
There are cheaper deals with Emirates with a free stop in DXB...

I'll get my coat...
#36
SorJai
GujSehambi
We're going Thailand next month and departing from Vietnam and this price is damned expensive!!
That's because you're travelling closer ! :)

Lucky you!

Was referring to this price "London - Phuket from £429" lol
#37
GujSehambi
SorJai
GujSehambi
We're going Thailand next month and departing from Vietnam and this price is damned expensive!!
That's because you're travelling closer ! :)
Lucky you!
Was referring to this price "London - Phuket from £429" lol

I know ^^, but you're comparing a closer travel; Vietnam to Thailand, to London to Thailand
#38
Yes, worth checking skyscanner or similar sites for flights before booking. For example, direct flights to Shanghai on BA are cheaper. Though it's a great deal for flights to HK.
#39
KLM/Air France are doing return flights to Japan for £429 if anyone is looking to go there.
#40
UKTopGun
jumpinoffthbed
I don't see this as a deal or sale at all, go on a flight website and you you can easily find these prices or better, unless this is for people who specifically want to fly with this airline?
Direct to Japan for 499? I dont think so..

"From" not "for".. Ive looked at November and there's nothing for that price and the flights are not direct they go via HK. Over £100 more than I can find elsewhere with 1 stop so where's the deal?

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